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  • Cover of folder\nIntroduction-\n
  • idea for 3-4 years\ntalking with my brother or wife coffee etc...\nlast summer started sharing the idea with family and friends\nover the course of this past year it has transformed to a vision- something I can see\nmy time in Boston and Philadelphia along with my trip to China has pushed me to begin making it a reality\n\n
  • People I’m working with now that are already interested:\nMSU-CI\nU of WG- Dr. Craig Mertler\nDr Tim Best of The Ohio St University and Wexpro consulting\nThe MI Dept of Edu.\nPossibility is endless for others\n\n \n
  • I am hoping today I leave you with 2 things:\n1- you question our educational system and what it provides for our kids here in the county\n2- a desire to join me in this quest to better our community through empowering our youth\n\n
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  • People in charge of changing our system- are fixed minded- \nwe need growth minded people- visionary leaders- to transform GC into a global learning hub\n
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  • Future 21st century work\n\n
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  • have them look for the capital of turkey\nand its greatest export\ndifferent from 20 years ago- but not different in schools\nthe more information we know- the more we don't know\n\n
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  • divergent thinking\ncreative ideas \nexploring more than one solution\ncuriosity/willing to take risks\n\n
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  • professional learning community\n\n
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  • Dr. Benjamin Bloom 1950‘s created this taxonomy of thinking paradigms... \nHe found that 95% of test questions given to our students were recall knowledge- lowest level\nDefine, list, label\nits 2011 - has this changed? NO\n\nMajority of classrooms do not go beyond Knowledge and Understand-\nIf you get the “fun” teacher or “good” teacher you may get to apply your knowledge and possibly analyze the data you receive.\nThe GC GLH will provide a learning environment that encompasses all thinking skills but will have its main focus on the top of the taxonomy\n
  • Students entering schools next year will retire in the year 2071\nwe have no idea what 2071 will look like (we don't know what five years will look like)\n- yet we are educating to prepare them for their careers \nwe all are born with creativity- but we are educated out of it- in 2071- we will need to be as creative as we ever were\n\n
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  • MSU study-\nemployers most important characteristics of hires-\nresourcefulness and adaptability\n
  • tech at GC GLH-\n1:1 computing\nstudents will be able to learn 24/7 and contact other learners through a variety of mediums\n\n
  • automate vs informate\ntechnology is the vehicle not the destination\n
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  • idea for 3-4 years\ntalking with my brother or wife coffee etc...\nlast summer started sharing the idea with family and friends\nover the course of this past year it has transformed to a vision- something I can see\nmy time in Boston and Philadelphia along with my trip to China has pushed me to begin making it a reality\n\n
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    1. 1. Genesee County Global Learning HubThinking... Creating... Leading...
    2. 2. A VISION... GCGlobal Learning HubTHINKING... CREATING... LEADING...
    3. 3. WHEN IT IS SHARED... University of West Georgia:Michigan State Action Research Confucius Institute Department Kettering University Mott Community College
    4. 4. IS CONTAGIOUS...
    5. 5. GENESEE COUNTY NEEDS VISIONARIES IN EDUCATION! Visionary leaders: -Builders of a new dawn -Work with imagination -Have insight, and boldness -Eyes are on the horizon -Social innovators and change agents -Present a challenge that calls forth the best in people and brings them together around a shared sense of purpose
    6. 6. There is no better purpose in today’s world than to prepare our young men and women for an increasing complex future.
    7. 7. 1995(Standardized Test: The Interpretation of Racial and Ethnic Gaps @ www.lagriffedulion.f2s.com) $38,543 Genesee County Family Median Household Income
    8. 8. Erasing the Gaps?-More Days-More Minutes-Higher Standards for Students/Teachers/Administrators-More Standardized Tests-No Child Left Behind-Comparisons to China/India-Surface Changes-Highly Qualified Teachers/Administrators
    9. 9. NY Times-August 2009Flint and Genesee County Median Family Income $56,500
    10. 10. “The System” Does NOT knowor cannot envision another way
    11. 11. “The System”John Taylor Gatto NY Teacher for 26 years-Left his job “I’m done hurting children” • Teaches children that their worth is determined by other people • Causes children to be dependent on teachers/experts rather than on themselves • Praises total conformity and condemns individuality as a threat to the system • Teaches that schedule, not interesting work, is what has value • Teaches that value is only possible under conditions of competition • Leaves children with almost no private time
    12. 12. If not us...Who? If not now...When?“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones... We are the change that we seek.” -President Obama
    13. 13. The Gravitational Pull of “The System”“Pilot”Program/ Teacher GCGLH Procedures Fixed Policy memorization Mindset Squelched Creativity Conformity “Education” Routine Industrial Model lower order Content thinking Rules Driven Homework Facts
    14. 14. The Gravitational Pull of “The System” GCGLH“Pilot” Program/ Procedures Teacher Fixed memorization Policy Mindset Squelched Conformity Creativity “Education” Industrial Routine Model Content lower Order Rules Driven Thinking Homework Facts
    15. 15. The Gravitational Pull of “The System” GCGLH Procedures Fixed memorization Policy Mindset Squelched Conformity “Pilot” Creativity Program/ Industrial Teacher Routine Model Content Lower Order Rules Driven Thinking Homework Facts
    16. 16. More Developed CountriesNational Center on -ResearchEducation and the -Design Economy -Development (2007) Creative -Marketing and Sales -Global Supply Chain Work Management Routine Work Routine done by people Work done by machines Less Developed Countries
    17. 17. The Vision -Research -Design G.C. -Development Global -Marketing and Sales Learning -Global Supply Chain Hub Management The Routine The RoutineNorm Work Work done by teachers Status Quo done by students The “System”
    18. 18. GC Design Thinking Global Learning Hub Learning by Creating and Doing THINKING... CREATING... LEADING...Service Learning Global and Digital Competency
    19. 19. Design Thinking Seeking the truth, information, or knowledge...by questioning Learners need to gather information and data through applying all of the human senses Learners convert information and data into useful knowledgeThe Focus is on the innovators...not the innovation
    20. 20. Design Thinking @ GCGLH We are in an informational agewhere information is everywhere and we can get it anytime. Our Focus must now be on what information is useful and how we can use information to better our lives.
    21. 21. In 5 minutes... Text me the name of the Capital of Turkey Tweet me the top 2 exports of TurkeyEmail me the geographical location of Turkey using Google Map That leaves the rest of the time to really learn!
    22. 22. Action Research
    23. 23. Action Research @ GCGLH The data and information gathered by the GCGLH Learners will be converted into real knowledge and willbe directly connected to Genesee County and Global issues Through the action research process... GCLH Learners will attempt to solve REAL world problems
    24. 24. A Culture of ACTION RESEARCHERS Students Teachers Administrators Researchers Learners Designers
    25. 25. Learning by Creating/Doing I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. -Confucius
    26. 26. Creating/Doing @ GCGLHGC GLH If you are lucky Majority of our Theclassrooms “system”
    27. 27. Creativity @ GCGLH Afraid to fail = Afraid to take risks = No CreativityWhat part of the brain are we educating?
    28. 28. Schools Kill Creativity 98% 4th-12th 1st-3rdKindergarten
    29. 29. Barriers to Real Creativity- Grade levels- Curriculum subject structures- Time block/bell schedule- Students assigned to teachers/classroom- Textbooks as curricula/resources- Learning happens in defined places- Nine month school year/Agrarian calendar- IQ Intelligence
    30. 30. Five Key Conditions for Real Creativity -Curiosity - Learner Control -Connections GC GLH -Challenge -Context
    31. 31. Global Competency - The ability to be fluent in more than one language (Spanish/Mandarin) - To become digitally competent-To gain knowledge of the geography, the politics and the cultural history of the world and apply it to our current and future experiences.
    32. 32. Global Competency @ GC GLH GC GLH graduates will show: -Inquisitiveness -Courage -Comfort with uncertainty -Assertiveness-Positive outlook toward adversity - Appreciation of Diversity -Resourcefulness -Adaptability
    33. 33. Digital Competency @ GCGLH Traditional Schools GCGLH Embed Technology Teach Technology Applications into Applications curriculum Teachers Learn First All learners contribute Like an event Like Oxygen Automate Informate
    34. 34. Digital Competency @ GCGLH
    35. 35. What Education Should (will) Look Like - Google/Bing Wikipedia for content - Hybrid Classrooms - I-Tunes for accessing on-line learning - Notebooks, I-pads, cell phones for accessing the global information - Microsoft Calendar for Scheduling and Coordination - You-Tube for Electronic Portfolios - Face book – for students and teacher networking - Apple/Droid Apps for almost everything
    36. 36. Service Learning The aim of education must be the training of independently acting and thinking individuals who,however, can see in the service to the community their highest life achievement. -Albert Einstein
    37. 37. Service Learning @ GCGLH GC GLH Learners will participate in action researchproject learning opportunities that are directly related to the greater good of Genesee County Community Partnerships will provide opportunities forour students to be leaders in community service projects
    38. 38. A Glimpse into the Futurehttp://geeked3000.blogspot.com/
    39. 39. QUESTIONS... NEXT STEPS? GCGlobal Learning HubTHINKING... CREATING... LEADING...
    40. 40. Adam J Hartley 248-867-7929 tayadacam@sbcglobal.net twitter:ajhartleybcsBlog: http://geeked3000.blogspot.com/
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